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Description

If there’s one thing Canadians avoid, it’s talking about race. This podcast is here to change that. Join hosts Denise Balkissoon and Hannah Sung for a new conversation on race in Canada. We won’t have all the answers but we do ask bold questions. Theme music by Bonjay.

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Unique, thought-provoking, and necessary

This podcast is unique. Hannah and Denise are great interviewers. They develop warm chemistries with their guests that generate open, honest, and thoughtful discussions. They pull out interesting anecdotes. It is so important for us to be talking about race right now in Canada. And these two lace together important themes regarding race that play out in local, national, and international culture, amplifying the voices of people of colour/indigenous peoples/black people while remaining analytical. I’m binging.

A must-listen for every Canadian

This series is critical listening for every Canadian! Well done, Globe and Mail. When can we see Season 2?

This podcast is amazing

A long overdue & totally necessary conversation about race in Canada, and why it’s important that we stop pretending racial power dynamics aren’t an issue up North.

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